The Norwegian Fjords

The Norwegian Fjords are so amazing that you have to be there to believe it. But there are also many other attractions to explore in this breathtaking landscape.

There are two Fjords on Unesco`s World Heritage list. In 2005, the West Norwegian Fjords were represented by the Næroyfjord and Geirangerfjord in the Unesco World Heritage list.

The fjords and the landscape around the fjords are considered to be among the most scenic natural attractions in the world. The fjord's unique natural beauty fits the slogan:'You have to be there to believe it.

See our guide to the Norwegian fjords


Getting around

Public transport is excellent in this region of Norway, and you can easily reach attractions such as Pulpit Rock or have a challenging Trolltunga hike.

If you drive a car, it is possible to take the National Tourist routes like Trollstigen. Another possibility is to book a trip with one of the tour operators who offer fantastic trips in one or more days.

See also: Self-drive tour in Norway from Bergen